Drunken noodles at Little BangkokLittle Bangkok !
Atlanta’s best Thai restaurant still holds court on Cheshire Bridge Road along with other long-standing institutions like Nakato, Alfredo’s, Woodfire Grill, and the Colonnade. Despite its scant parking spaces, fans still manage to get in on Little Bangkok’s spicy Thai specialties. The pad thai is a perennial favorite, but the pad kee mow is a superior choice for spice-lovers. Charred after a tumble in a super-hot wok, wide rice noodles are tossed with broccoli, carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes, bell peppers, basil, and a choice of chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp. The heat level is also yours for the choosing, but don’t try to be a hero. Start with medium. When this place says Thai hot, it means Thai hot. $9.95.